Jackie Deshannon : Come And Get Me: Complete Liberty And Singles 2 (UK)

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Sell date: 2/2011
Label: Ace Records UK
Mfg's Catalog#: 6704452
CDC Part#: 1551652
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2011 collection from the American singer/songwriter. The success of the Complete Jackie DeShannon Singles Vol. 1 would have prompted a follow-up even if we hadn't already been planning one. Singles Vol. 2 picks up from where that ended. It moves US from the end of 1964 to early 1967, with Jackie moving from Liberty to it's sister label Imperial and expanding her musical horizons in all sorts of ways. 1964-66 was Jackie's most successful period in terms of overall chart profile, and it's during these years that some of her biggest hits like 'What the World Needs Now Is Love' and 'When You Walk in the Room' made their vinyl debuts. They and others of comparable quality are here in this collection of 26 tracks. Ace.

 
 Tracks
 
Oh, Boy!
I'm Looking for Someone to Love
Hold Your Head High
She Don't Understand Him Like I Do
He's Got the Whole World in His Hands
It's Love Baby (24 Hours a Day)
When You Walk in the Room
Over You
Don't Turn Your Back on Me
Be Good Baby
What the World Needs Now Is Love
A Lifetime of Loneliness
I Remember the Boy
Come & Get Me
Splendor in the Grass
Are You Ready for This
Will You Love Me Tomorrow
Windows & Doors
So Long Johnny
I Can Make It With You
To Be Myself
Come on Down (From the Top of That Hill)
Find Me Love
The Wishing Doll
Where Does the Sun Go?
I Haven't Got Anything Better to Do
 
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